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Lady Marauders Take Care of Business at the Line; Defeat Athens

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POMEROY, Ohio- As they say, games are won and lost on the free throw line. After a late push, the Lady Marauders defeated the Lady Bulldogs by a 51-39 deficit. Heading into the fourth quarter Athens was leading Meigs by a basket, but the Lady Marauders turned on the gas and finished their business against… Read More

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Lady Tomcats Defeat Belpre to Clinch Conference Title

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GLOUSTER, Ohio- The Trimble Lady Tomcats and the Belpre Lady Golden Eagles left it all out on the floor Monday night as a lot was at stake for both teams. Trimble was playing to win the TVC-Hocking outright, and Belpre was playing to earn a chance at a share of the TVC-Hocking. In the end,… Read More

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CEO Ousted at Kentucky Aluminum Company Amid Questions About Controversial Funding

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A controversial economic development project in Ashland, Kentucky, hit a snag last week as aluminum company Braidy Industries ousted CEO and board chairman Craig Bouchard. In a statement, Braidy Industries’ interim CEO said he appreciated Bouchard’s hard work for the company. Bouchard says the firing was improper and is refusing to step down. The dueling… Read More

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West Virginia Judge Dismisses Murder Charge Against Teenager

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – A murder charge against an 18-year-old West Virginia woman has been dismissed after prosecutors failed to find a key witness in the case. News outlets report that Andrea Glenda Moore was charged as an adult with murder in the 2018 shooting that killed Joann Dawn Saunders Childers, a 32-year-old mother of… Read More

Athens Residents Hit by Email Scams

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Ohio University Police on Thursday tweeted about an increase in email scams in the Athens, Ohio area. Those tweets came after  multiple reports of phishing scams. The tweet read: “We are seeing an uptick in email scams. Emails purporting to pay hundreds of dollars a week to walk someone’s dog is a scam. So are… Read More